Nine Inch Nails
From the valiant, if naive, industrial pop effort of Pretty Hate Machine to the furious dissatisfaction of Broken to the genuinely troubled Downward Spiral, to the mature devastation of The Fragile Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor has proven to be one of the more vital forces in popular music. Sequestered with his Macintosh, Reznor has perfected the art of projecting personal alienation, self-loathing and bitter betrayal. Reznor is a master of creating tension in silence and releasing it in explosions of industrial aggression. Having survived depression and addiction during the peak of his mid-90s acclaim, Reznor emerged sober and strangely buff with 2005's politically-inspired With Teeth and later 2007's dystopic Year Zero. Never short of ideas or opinions, he continues to be one of the most inspired -- and darkly inspiring -- musicians today.
Nine Inch Nails Concert Films
Beside You In Time
Nine Inch Nails
Runtime: 1 hr 32 minCapturing the powerful intensity and artistry of Nine Inch Nails amazing live performances during the 2005-2006 “Live: With Teeth” Tour, the Beside You In Time concert film showcases the band in peak form. A visually stunning experience with an array of inventive and ingenious lighting designs that draws the viewer in while focusing the force of NIN’s epic sound into visual form.
Nine Inch Nails Top Tracks
Live At Download Festival 2014
Runtime: 53 minRob Zombie is a world-class showman who delivers the show to end all shows. He has a lot of songs that are designed to be played to a field of metalheads and this live concert performance is a proof of his talent.
The Astoria London Live
Runtime: 1 hr 7 minIn this 1994 concert performance from English alternative rock superstars Radiohead, the band plays a seventeen-song set that includes such hits as "Creep", "Fake Plastic Trees", and "Pop is Dead" before a live audience at London's famed Astoria.
Requiem: Live in Lokerse Festival
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minHeavy and slow, Killing Joke [at least early in their career] was a quasi-metal band dancing to a tune of doom and gloom. They eventually became less heavy and more arty [more danceable even] but early on they made some urgent slabs of molten dynamite that oozed with the power of thick guitars, thudding drums, and over-the-top singing. This DVD and CD set features footage and recordings captured live on stage at the Lokerse Festivalin the Summer of 2003)
Ain't It Dead Yet
Runtime: 1 hr 9 minTrailblazing the hard-core industrial genre in the 1980s, Skinny Puppy rocks Toronto's Concert Hall in this high-voltage performance recorded during the group's 1987 Cleanse, Fold and Manipulate tour. Nivek Ogre, cEvin Key and Mark Walk tear up the stage with "Dig It," "Anger," "Addiction," "Chainsaw," "First Aid," "Assimilate," "The Choke," "Deep Down Trauma Hounds," "Smothered Hope" and more...
Guns God And Government World Tour
Runtime: 1 hr 50 minGuns, God and Government captures Marilyn Manson at his most provocative. Featuring the full live show, with footage shot in Japan, Russia and Europe during his world tour, you are given a front row seat to one of rocks most spectacular performances. Featured songs include Hate Anthem, Fight Song, Dope Show, Sweet Dreams, Lunchbox and Beautiful People. This release also includes a 30 minute backstage documentary called The Death Parade. This astonishing film gives you for the first time ever an Access All Areas pass to all the uncensored debauchery that is Marilyn Manson off stage. Watch as the streets of Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Rome, New York and London are infested by Manson and his entourage. Watch in awe as Manson joins Eminem on stage, propositions Ozzy Osbournes wife and generally uses and abuses his body to the point of exhaustion.